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- Umair Hassan
- Software Engineer
- Date: Mar 21, 2017
- Maera Mirza
- Sales & Marketing
- Date: Mar 14, 2017
- Wajahat Hussain
- Sales & Marketing
- Date: Feb 17, 2017
- Faryal Azhar
- Date: Jan 03, 2017
- Shahbaz Khan
- Industrial Engineer
- Date: Nov 15, 2016
- Qaseem Khan
- Engineering Tech.
- Date: Nov 14, 2016
- Hasnain Bashir
- Corporate Services Manager
- Date: Sep 01, 2016
- Obaid ur Rehman
- Electrical Engineer
- Date: May 31, 2016
- Ali Shahzad
- Computer Networks
- Date: Apr 21, 2016
- Ramiz Haider
- Biomedical Engineer
- Date: Mar 30, 2016
- M. Hasan Kamal
- Date: Nov 05, 2015
- Zain Kazmi
- Financial Inv. Adviser
- Date: Aug 10, 2015
- Khurram Pasha
- Engineer Tech.
- Date: Jul 29, 2015
- Amir Islam
- Computer Networks
- Date: Mar 26, 2015
- Shakaib Nawab
- Hotel Manager
- Date: Mar 10, 2015
- Fahad Hasan
- Mechanical Engineer
- Date: Mar 6, 2015
- Amer Iftekhar
- Information Security
- Date: Nov 7, 2014
- Zahir Quettawala
- ICT Security Specialist
- Date: May 21, 2014
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Step 1: Send your CV for a FREE Confidential Review of eligibility by sending email on: Migration@careersgiant.com
Step 2: You will receive an automated email (within 10 seconds) from which you must choose the best occupation for yourself.
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- Must have 1+ years of employment experience within the same capacity and Age less than 45 years.
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Next Invitation Rounds – Australia Immigration:
Invitation rounds for Skilled – Independent (subclass 189) and Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489) visas will be offered twice monthly. Dates for the rounds are subject to change.
The next invitation round is anticipated to run on 4 April 2018.
Invitation numbers in each round may vary depending on the number of applications being processed by the department.
Note: State or territory government nominations for subclass 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional) (State or Territory nominated) visas will not be impacted.
SkillSelect – 21st Mar 2018 round results
The table below shows the number of invitations issued in the SkillSelect invitation round on 21 March 2018.
Invitations issued on 21 March 2018
|Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)||300|
|Skilled Regional (Provisional) (subclass 489)||5|
During 2017-18 program year the following numbers of invitations have been issued:
Invitations issued during 2017-18 program year
|Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)||2000||2000||3500||2500||1400||600||600||600||600||||||||13800|
|Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489)||210||256||93||57||10||10||10||10||10||||||||666|
The above figures do not include invitations issued for State and Territory Government nominated visa subclasses. State and Territory Governments nominate throughout the month for specific points tested skilled migration and business innovation and investment visas.
21 March 2018 results
The following graph shows the points for clients who were invited to apply in the 21 March 2018 round.
Invitation process and cut offs
The highest ranked clients by points score are invited to apply for the relevant visa. For clients who have equal points scores, the time at which they reached their points score for that subclass (referred to as the date of effect) determines their order of invitation. Expressions of Interest with earlier dates of effect are invited before later dates.
SkillSelect first allocates available places to Skilled – Independent visas (subclass 189) and then the remaining to Skilled – Regional (Provisional) visas (subclass 489). If all places are taken up by subclass 189 visas then there will be no invitations issued for subclass 489 visas in these occupations.
|Visa Subclass||Points score||Date of effect|
|Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)||70||27/11/2017 1:01 PM|
|Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489)||75||15/02/2017 12:37 PM|
Due to high levels of demand, and in keeping with previous years, the below occupation groups will be subject to pro rata arrangements to ensure availability of invitations across the program year.
Point scores and the dates of effect cut off for the pro rata occupations in the 21 March 2018 invitation round.
|Occupation ID||Description||Points score||Date of effect|
|2212||Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers||80||31/01/2018 1:04 PM|
|2334||Electronics Engineer||75||20/03/2018 9:19 PM|
|2335||Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers||70||14/11/2017 10:56 PM|
|2339||Other Engineering Professionals||75||9/03/2018 5:42 PM|
|2611||ICT Business and System Analysts||75||07/02/2018 7:13 PM|
|2613||Software and Applications Programmers||75||3/03/2018 11:05 AM|
|2631||Computer Network Professionals||75||16/03/2018 5:01 AM|
Occupation Ceilings – Australia Immigration – as of 21st Mar 2018
The table below shows the occupation ceilings for the 2017-2018 program year for each occupation on the list of eligible skilled occupations by four-digit ANZSCO code unit group.
Occupation ceiling values are based on a percentage of stock employment figures for each occupation. Stock employment figures are provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and represent the number of people employed in Australia in each occupation.
Occupation ceilings do not apply to State or Territory Nominated, Employer Sponsored or Business Innovation and Investment visa subclasses.
Submitting multiple EOIs with the same points score into SkillSelect does not increase your chance of receiving an invitation. SkillSelect issues invitations via an automated process which self-regulates according to the highest points score followed by the earliest date of submission. As EOIs enter and exit SkillSelect the ranking changes.
Occupation ceilings for the 2017-18 program year
|Occupation ID||Description||Occupation Ceiling Value 2017-18||Invitations to 21/03/2018|
|1341||Child Care Centre Managers||1000||7|
|1342||Health and Welfare Services Managers||1374||10|
|2212||Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers*||1327||922|
|2241||Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians||1000||35|
|2245||Land Economists and Valuers||1000||13|
|2321||Architects and Landscape Architects||1474||107|
|2322||Cartographers and Surveyors||1000||25|
|2331||Chemical and Materials Engineers||1000||164|
|2332||Civil Engineering Professionals||3296||379|
|2335||Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers*||2178||1066|
|2339||Other Engineering Professionals*||1000||584|
|2341||Agricultural and Forestry Scientists||1000||62|
|2346||Medical Laboratory Scientists||1487||48|
|2349||Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals||1000||16|
|2411||Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers||2639||52|
|2414||Secondary School Teachers||7910||181|
|2415||Special Education Teachers||1000||7|
|2512||Medical Imaging Professionals||1113||24|
|2514||Optometrists and Orthoptists||1000||11|
|2519||Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals||1000||0|
|2521||Chiropractors and Osteopaths||1000||10|
|2527||Speech Professionals and Audiologists||1000||23|
|2531||General Practitioners and Resident Medical officers||3495||137|
|2533||Internal Medicine Specialists||1000||11|
|2539||Other Medical Practitioners||1000||222|
|2611||ICT Business and Systems Analysts*||1574||1086|
|2613||Software and Applications Programmers*||6202||3262|
|2621||Database and Systems Administrators and ICT Security Specialists||2391||227|
|2631||Computer Network Professionals*||1318||687|
|2633||Telecommunications Engineering Professionals||1000||342|
|3122||Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians||1000||23|
|3123||Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians||1000||27|
|3132||Telecommunications Technical Specialists||1000||11|
|3222||Sheetmetal Trades Workers||1000||1|
|3223||Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers||4426||15|
|3232||Metal Fitters and Machinists||5330||18|
|3233||Precision Metal Trades Workers||1000||0|
|3311||Bricklayers and Stonemasons||1271||10|
|3312||Carpenters and Joiners||6968||18|
|3322||Painting Trades Workers||2780||5|
|3334||Wall and Floor Tilers||1407||0|
|3421||Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics||1427||4|
|3422||Electrical Distribution Trades Workers||1000||0|
|3423||Electronics Trades Workers||1878||23|
|3991||Boat Builders and Shipwrights||1000||0|
*Occupations that are subject to pro rata arrangements. For Accountants (2211) the occupational ceiling also reflects volumes in other skilled visa categories.
State/Territory nominations 2017-2018 program year
Nominations by State and Territory Governments – February 2018
The number of intending migrants who received nominations from State and Territory Governments in February 2018 is shown in the table below:
|Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190) visa||89||419||33||94||107||60||318||0||1120|
|Skilled – Regional (Provisional) (subclass 489) visa||0||144||33||17||140||29||1||0||364|
|Business Innovation and Investment (subclass 188 visa||3||49||0||38||10||0||225||8||333|
|Business Talent (Permanent) (subclass 132) visa||0||8||0||18||47||1||0||5||79|
Nominations by State and Territory Governments – 2017/18 total activity
The number of intending migrants who received nominations from State and Territory Governments from 1 July 2017 to the end of February 2018 is shown in the following table:
|Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190) visa||460||1751||170||747||655||363||2006||0||6152|
|Skilled – Regional (Provisional) (subclass 489) visa||0||751||155||242||1357||394||9||0||2908|
|Business Innovation and Investment (subclass 188 visa||8||380||1||281||91||7||1402||97||2267|
|Business Talent (Permanent) (subclass 132) visa||0||60||0||144||367||4||23||61||659|
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